As if on cue, one of them is Sharon Craigie, a "pushy broad" by her husband. Ms. Craigie is from Littleton and successfully challenged town selectmen on meeting secrecy, an issue in neighboring Franconia. And naturally another one is Dover City Councilor David Scott who sued the city for hiding public records on employment contracts, an issue in neighborying Franconia. Even yesterday.
"You can fight City Hall and win," said Scott.So if Ms. Craigie is a "pushy broad" I'll be a "pushy dude" any and every day and wear that as a badge of honor because as Wendell Phillips said, "Eternal Vigilance is the price of liberty."
The short film.
In the comments please find a copy of the response I just sent them to this article. I look forward to them publishing it online just as much as I look forward to Publisher McQuaid calling Mayor Streeter and me to arrange a roundtable. After all, while they called in Pulitzer Prize-winning writer George Will, I had Pulitzer Prize-winning writer Mike Royko call me and write not one but two columns about my cases.
And with Civil Rights/First Amendment/Right-to-Know protester Jerry Doyle, we fought City Hall and won.
Local residents speak:
Recon. Committee member Harwood.
Lifetime resident Jesseman one and two.
Related post: These two/posts succinctly summarize key Franconia issues, but there are many more.
Related post: McQuaid/KingCast history.